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Berta Introduces School Uniform Policy

Parents and students will see a new look when the doors of Berta Weathersbee Elementary (BWES) opens for the new school year in August. That look will be worn by the students as they don new school uniformed apparel.


With the motto Think Like a Scholar. Act Like a Scholar. Look Like a Scholar., BWES is the first school in Troup County that has taken a step to introduce uniforms. As part of the decision making process, the administration started seeking parent input through surveys and discussions back in the fall. 

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Graduation Rain Plan

As TCSS continues to monitor weather conditions as it relates to holding graduation at Callaway Stadium, every attempt will be made to host the ceremonies in the stadium. We understand this is an important milestone in the student’s life so moving the ceremony to an indoor location is a last resort. This will limit the number of family members who will be able to attend.


At graduation practice, each senior will receive a limited number of tickets in the event the location is moved indoors due to weather conditions. The decision to move or delay the ceremony will be made at the last minute (appx. 2 hours before ceremony).  

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Honors Day Schedule


Educational Talent Search Enrollment



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School Uniforms

Vowel Surgery

Berta Weathersbee kindergarten students in Mrs. Clark's class recently donned their scrubs to become doctors and perform "Vowel Surgery." During the operations, each student had to replace the missing vowels of simple three-letter words. We are happy to report that the surgeries were all a success and the "patients" are expected to make a full recovery. 


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The Korean United Methodist Church of LaGrange recently made a donation to Berta Weathersbee Elementary School. The funds will be used for a variety of supplies and activities. Pictured is Pastor King (left) presenting the check to Principal Willie Cooks.


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Special Lunch!

Astrid Herrera Quinilla (left) and Devon Wachal (right), first graders in Mrs. George's class at Berta Weathersbee Elementary School, recently enjoyed Happy Meals from McDonald's. The two were treated to the special lunch for being the top Million Minute Readers school-wide. Students at the school were challenged in August to read 1,000,000 minutes by the end of the school year. The Million Minute Reading Challenge helped promote a love of reading while increasing reading stamina in students. 



04/25/18: Mollie Lukken Scholarship Now Available Trissa
The Mollie Lukken Scholarship is now open for any teacher pursuing graduate study in the field of special education. The deadline is June 1. The Mollie Lukken scholarship is in honor of the Junior Service League founder, Mollie Lukken. She was a leader in the field of learning disabilities.
If you are, or will soon, begin pursuing graduate studies in any field of special education, you are encouraged to apply. Past recipients are eligible to apply again. Pictured is past recipient, Trissa Nerowski. The application and explanatory information is available below.
NED Show

Students at Berta Weathersbee Elementary School were recently treated to an assembly from NED's Kindness Adventure. This delightful performance inspires students to never give up, encourage others and do your best.


Math and Science Night

Students, family and staff at Berta Weathersbee Elementary School recently enjoyed a Math and Science Game Night. The fun-filled evening kicked off with a performance from Doc Atoms who treated audience members to live, interactive and fun science experiments. Afterward attendees visited a variety of math and science stations including a Pi (Cake) Walk, a STEM focused tower building contest, a Math Shoot-Out, a Science Family Feud and more. Additionally Oxbow Meadows Animals added a "wild" flair to the event with their live-animal program featuring reptiles and amphibians. Click here to see the complete Math and Science Night Album.


GMAS Practice Test


Million Minute Reading Challenge Million Minutes


Can we do it? Together, we can! We have recently been challenged to read 1,00,000 minutes by the end of the school year. The Million Minute Reading Challenge helps promote a love of reading while increasing reading stamina in students. Students will be rewarded for minutes logged with prizes and special events. Keep up the good work Berta Readers!

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